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Rossella Attini
University of Turin
52Publications
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#2Marilisa Biolcati (UNITO: University of Turin)H-Index: 17
Last.Giorgina Barbara Piccoli (UNITO: University of Turin)H-Index: 31
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Background Preeclampsia (PE) and chronic kidney disease (CKD) are linked by an only partially known cause-effect relationship. Knowledge on prevalence of CKD in PE patients is needed for evaluating the diagnostic yield of nephrology work-up after PE.
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#1Andrea Dall’Asta (University of Parma)H-Index: 8
#2L. Angeli (University of Parma)
Last.Tullio Ghi (University of Parma)H-Index: 30
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Abstract Background A limited number of studies have addressed the role of intrapartum ultrasound in the prediction of the mode of delivery in women with prolonged second stage of labor. Objective To evaluate the role of transabdominal and transperineal sonographic findings in the prediction of spontaneous vaginal delivery among nulliparous women with prolonged second stage of labor. Study design Two-centre prospective study conducted at two Tertiary Maternity Units. Nulliparous women with prolo...
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#1Federica FassioH-Index: 11
#2Rossella AttiniH-Index: 12
Last.Giorgina Barbara PiccoliH-Index: 31
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Background and objectives: Preeclampsia (PE) is a risk factor for kidney diseases; egg-donation (ED) increasingly used for overcoming fertility reduction, is a risk factor for PE. CKD is also a risk factor for PE. However, kidney function is not routinely assessed in ED pregnancies. Objective of the study is seeking to assess the importance of kidney function and maternal comorbidity in ED pregnancies. Design, setting, participants and measurements. Design: retrospective observational study from...
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Introduction La preeclampsie (PE) et la maladie renale chronique (MRC) sont liees par une relation de cause a effet partiellement connue. Les connaissances portant sur la prevalence de la MRC chez les patientes en PE sont necessaires pour evaluer le rendement diagnostique du bilan nephrologique apres une PE. Le but de notre etude est de determiner la prevalence de la MRC dans les suites d’une PE sur un echantillon de patientes. Methodes L’etude a ete realisee au Centre Hospitalier du Mans, compo...
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#1Bianca CovellaH-Index: 2
#2Angela Vinturache (John Radcliffe Hospital)H-Index: 3
Last.Giorgina Barbara Piccoli (UNITO: University of Turin)H-Index: 31
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Preeclampsia is a pregnancy-related syndrome of variable severity, classically characterized by acute kidney involvement, with hypertension and/or proteinuria and reduced kidney function. Once considered a self-limited disease healed by delivery, it is now acknowledged that preeclampsia can affect cardiovascular and kidney health in the long term. The entity of risk has not been established and consequently follow-up policies have not been defined. Here we undertook a systematic review to gain b...
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Pregnancy is increasingly reported in chronic kidney disease (CKD), reflecting higher awareness, improvements in materno-foetal care, and a more flexible attitude towards “allowing” pregnancy in the advanced stages of CKD. Success is not devoid of problems and an important grey area regards the indications for starting dialysis (by urea level, clinical picture, and residual glomerular filtration rate) and for dietary management. The present case may highlight the role of plant-based diets in die...
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#2Elena ZakharovaH-Index: 6
Last.Adeera LevinH-Index: 67
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Pregnancy is possible in all phases of chronic kidney disease (CKD), but its management may be difficult and the outcomes are not the same as in the overall population. The prevalence of CKD in pregnancy is estimated at about 3%, as high as that of pre-eclampsia (PE), a better-acknowledged risk for adverse pregnancy outcomes. When CKD is known, pregnancy should be considered as high risk and followed accordingly; furthermore, since CKD is often asymptomatic, pregnant women should be screened for...
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#1Gianfranca CabidduH-Index: 18
#2Donatella Spotti (UniSR: Vita-Salute San Raffaele University)H-Index: 20
Last.Giorgina Barbara Piccoli (UNITO: University of Turin)H-Index: 31
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Kidney transplantation (KT) is often considered to be the method best able to restore fertility in a woman with chronic kidney disease (CKD). However, pregnancies in KT are not devoid of risks (in particular prematurity, small for gestational age babies, and the hypertensive disorders of pregnancy). An ideal profile of the potential KT mother includes “normal” or “good” kidney function (usually defined as glomerular filtration rate, GFR ≥ 60 ml/min), scant or no proteinuria (usually defined as b...
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#2Elena ZakharovaH-Index: 6
Last.Adeera LevinH-Index: 67
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Pregnancy-related acute kidney injury (pAKI), preeclampsia (PE), and the hypertensive disorders of pregnancy are closely related conditions, which are, in turn, frequently linked to pre-existing and often non-diagnosed chronic kidney disease (CKD). The current literature and research mainly underline the effects of pregnancy complications on the offspring; this review strongly emphasizes the maternal health as well. These conditions not only negatively affect pregnancy outcomes, but have a relev...
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